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Hi Tom,

Forvecal and Sanatogen are probably the most commonly used.
I use sanatogen A-Z and have been since surgery, thing is I too have just been given bad results for B12 and fosfic in my last screening so will be keen to see if their is any difference between the two brands…

B12 can be dealt with by having a course of Injections over a few months and then regular check ups.

Foos appears to be a big key so it might be worth trying to speak to a dietician or looking online….. something I plan to do tomorrow….
I am not sure if fosfic deficiency is what your calling Iron, but a nuerologist consulting with my GP has stated sort the B12 first and only then the fosfic…. as their coule be complications that I really dont want to go into…

This is why its so important to have the support of your GP and them understanding the aftercare required by anyone undergoing GBS….

Good luck buddy…. its to to have found it now. it can be sorted…..

Buzz xxx

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